8 to 50 gender-neutral roles Single set – runs about 60 mins Alex and the Warrior by Ann Coburn Alex wants Grandad home from hospital for Christmas, so he makes a foolish wish.
In spite of Cat’s warnings, he asks his favourite computer game character to come and help.
Anyway, he can’t bear to leave the people and places he loves, so he decides that he won’t move.
First he tries to live with three different neighbors.
Advent Journey by Ken Pickering A Christmas musical show featuring an Advent Calendar with characters and objects appearing from the windows, taking the form of a journey towards the light at Bethlehem in an otherwise dark world The play runs about 45 minutes and can be staged in almost any space using just simple props, or else a formal set with lavish costumes Casting is also flexible and almost all parts can be play by either male or female And the option to double-up, redistribute lines, and use additional musicians and dancers, makes it an ideal choice for Primary School, Drama School or Church Christmas production where it can be performed by a class, mixed age cast, or by adults for an audience of children Aesop’s Fable-ous Christmas Tree by Michael Gravois Aesop’s fables are given a festive spin …
He’ll hate it because he’ll never have a best friend like Paul again.Alex and Cat struggle to keep The Warrior under control as they head through the winter streets to rescue Grandad, defeat the Skarg, conquer Karaoke and explain carol singing, all on one hectic and exciting adventure.Alex and the Warrior is a quest full of magic and danger, music and laughter: Dickens meets The Terminator in this modern fairytale for all the family.Plus: Each play comes complete with instant discussion starters, vocabulary boosters, imaginative writing prompts, and a brief history of the fairy tale.A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens adapted by Gary Owen This is the first play adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic novel from an award-winning playwright who remains close to the original text but significantly updates the humor and fleshes out in spoken dialogue many of the important character passages from the book.